Outside of class, you have many ways to get involved in campus activities. Certain activities are either extensions of our academic programs or simply have an appeal to business students.
Sigma Beta Delta
Sigma Beta Delta is the internationally recognized business honor society. Students in the upper 20 percent of their class at the beginning of their third year of study are eligible to join the society, and they must demonstrate a prior commitment to the field of business. Students in Sigma Beta Delta perform community service, explore local media outlets, and conduct business-related projects.
Chapter President: Aileen Torrance, Associate Dean, School of Business
Charity Craft Club
The Charity Craft Club allows students to give back to the community through craft making while gaining new skills and making new friends. Activities include arts and crafts workshops, social gatherings, and sales for charity.
Faculty Advisor: Anna McAlister email@example.com
DECA members experience professional development opportunities and grow as prospective leaders. Activities include community service and fundraising projects, state and national business case competitions, and leadership training.
Faculty Advisor: Aileen Torrance firstname.lastname@example.org
Eta Sigma Delta
Eta Sigma Delta (ESD) is governed by the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE) which has over 90 active chapters throughout the world. At Endicott College, the ESD honor society is actively involved in a wide variety of programs. Throughout their junior and senior years, members volunteer and participate in local community service events, whereby fundraising efforts provide scholarships to hospitality students.
Advisor: Ryan Blodgett, email@example.com
FUEL (Funding Unique Entrepreneurial Leaders)
FUEL is a student-managed business accelerator and incubator focused on helping students and alumni with business ideas achieve their dreams. This is done through one-on-one mentoring and business coaching with the goal of creating viable business models. Businesses have the chance to access startup capital through the popular Spark Tank business pitch competition.
Faculty Advisor: Gina Deschamps, DBA firstname.lastname@example.org
Endicott College Investment Club (ECIC)
ECIC members develop skills in investment research, portfolio strategy, communication, and marketing. The club participates in contests and trips, and manages their own portfolio using actual funds provided by the College.
Faculty Advisor: John Mussachia email@example.com
Endicott Events Management Organization
The Endicott Events Management Organization (EEMO) is designed to help students participate in the events industry. Monthly meetings provide opportunities for students to interact with peers and learn from industry guest speakers. EEMO members attend various association meetings to network with industry professionals and explore current trends.
Faculty Advisor: Linda Robson firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing Club members of all majors gain experience presenting at national marketing association competitions such as the American Marketing Association and Direct Marketing Association.
Faculty Advisor: Marie Wilson email@example.com
Student Chapter of the American Hotel and Lodging Association
The Student Chapter of the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA) develops student leaders by providing opportunities to plan community events and fundraisers and to attend state and regional association meetings. Networking opportunities with industry professionals are available to students both on and off campus.
Women in LEADership
The Women in LEADership club is designed to inspire and empower women to grow within their chosen industries by helping them develop leadership skills beyond the classroom, attend events for networking success, and make professional connections.